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19 Jan
10:02am, 19 Jan 2019
28601 posts
Derby Tup
As I said best spot in months and a lovely surprise ff
19 Jan
10:05am, 19 Jan 2019
2220 posts
jacdaw
Nuthatches are calling here too, and the rooks are busy at the local rookery. Spring is coming. I'm expecting to see the lapwing coming back in a couple of weeks.

I've given up on ever seeing another waxwing.
19 Jan
3:45pm, 19 Jan 2019
18084 posts
flanker
At K's parent's place yesterday, and it was all happening on the feeders: 3 redpoll, Mr & Mrs blackcap, coal tit, nuthatch, possible siskin, as well as all the usuals (including squirrels). Seen less on reserves some days!
19 Jan
5:40pm, 19 Jan 2019
16462 posts
Chrisity
Half a dozen Goosander at Attenborough this morning, maybe the cold snap has brought them back.
19 Jan
6:13pm, 19 Jan 2019
2387 posts
phal
I’ve not seen a Siskin for ages. I keep checking the top of for trees in hope....

I think waxwing are one of my favourite. I always think of them as the Chris Packham of the hird qorls with their ‘hair’ style 😀
19 Jan
6:14pm, 19 Jan 2019
2388 posts
phal
Wtf happened there!!!

Those odd words should be ‘bird world’

😂😂
19 Jan
6:25pm, 19 Jan 2019
13254 posts
HowFar?
We have siskins on the feeders at school.
J2R
19 Jan
6:53pm, 19 Jan 2019
1780 posts
J2R
GSW drumming and nuthatch calling, while I was marshalling at parkrun this morning. Birds gearing up for spring, even though it's about the harshest it's been all winter.
19 Jan
10:25pm, 19 Jan 2019
2222 posts
jacdaw
Siskins and redpolls on my feeders most days at the moment. We had a treecreeper having a quick look at a fat block the other day. That was a first. The blue tits seemed to be making it uncomfortable, so it didn't hang around.
19 Jan
11:11pm, 19 Jan 2019
16466 posts
Chrisity
Also a firecrest at Attenborough, near the level crossing on the entrance towards the visitors centre.

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